ACID Blue cigarillos are a Kuba Kuba and Blondie-lover's dream come true - complete with their mellow sweetness and distinct aroma, these highly-desired infusions are offered in this smaller, smoke break-friendly version for more taste in less time. All premium, all ACID. Add a box to your cart now!
I disagree with the other reviews on the cheaper Acid line. I usually smoke a pipe, but once and awhile I like to light up a cigar. I started with the Acid Green and liked it so much I bought the Blue and Red to see if they were as good. Are these a top of the line cigarillo?! NO, they are not meant to be, they are a nice, smooth change from the crappy tasting ones that people get at the gas station. I ve bought all of them in bulk that s how much I like them. Great little smoke while outdoors for short periods of time. Always draw well, taste is nice, everyone around me likes the smell they put off. Wrapped well, but like smokes with no tip, you will get small bits of tobac on your tongue, for the price and well-rounded smoke, I have no problem with that. Cigar snobs, go back to your 10 dollar smokes and leave these be...they are not for you.
Good quick smoke for less than a buck a stick...
I m a fan of Acid Blondies but needed an alternative for a less expensive and less time consuming smoke. These little gems satisfy both. I don t have a lot cigar experience to compare these cigars to. But for me their great. I don t want to taste the dirt the tobacco was grown in, or the hints of imaginary flavors the experts rave about. These have a pleasant taste and smell that pairs well with my canned American beer. Oh yeah, did I mention they only cost a buck.
I m a fan of Acid s blue label line. So when I saw these, I got excited. A cheap, short smoke Kuba Kuba? Sign me up! I picked up a couple at a local gas station and took em home. I opened one up right away. I was immediately greeted by that classic Acid smell.A good start! Then I lit it up and the disappointment started. No sweetened tip? Or if it was, it only lasted about two hits. Taste? Well, the Acid taste was there. But it was dominated by the typical cheap floor sweeping tobacco taste. The smoke was nice and aromatic though. Upon doing a little more research, I discovered that these cigarillos are a collaboration between Drew Estate and Swisher International. And there was my answer. No wonder it tasted like a Swisher Sweet with a hint of Acid. I don t know what I expected but, I guess you get what you get with a 99 cent machine rolled gas station cigarillo.Pros -Short smokeNice smoke outputGood constructionGood drawCons - Taste, taste, and taste